Aquavit Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Three overnight stops were made - at Swellendam, Mossel Bay and George. At Knysna it was a two night stay.
All the overnight stops were made in Guest Houses and I can honestly say that the standard of guest houses was excellent - great rooms, very clean, free wifi, good parking. In addition there was a great breakfasted selection included at every stop and all of the hosts were very friendly and helpful if you needed information ...
... than a 'walk'. But when we arrived at the isthmus (the half-way point) we realized that it was worth the sweat and aching muscles. It was amazingly beautiful.
Seeking the road less taxing, we then drove to Tsitsikamma National Park, stopping along the way at the "World's Highest Bungee Jump." Jumpers hurl themselves from a huge bridge, 710 feet down, then ...
... where we'll be spending the night. On the way there, we passed the seaside resort town of Plettenberg Bay. On the righthand side of the highway, we could see the sprawling holiday mansions that belong to the sort of people who fly there from Jo'burg by private jet. On the righthand side, literally across the street, there was a township, with its cramped temporary wooden shacks. This stark dichotomy is one of those realities about ...
... years ago for making the only sparkling wine in South Africa. It was super tasty and only right that we should have a bottle with our impressive lunch! The much anticipated elephants were after lunch, where we got to walk brush and just generally stare in amazement at them! When we walked the elephants we had to hold our hand out backwards and they would put their trunk on your hand so that your fingers were inside its wet trunk! So whilst you ...
We arrived in Storms river at 7pm, after receiving our welcome drink and getting the grand tour we were settled into our rooms. It was a new experience as some of the bunks in our room were 3 beds tall. The dorm room was empty (with no snorers!!!) and no noise or music so we fell asleep pretty quickly and had an amazing night sleep.
Before crashing out we'd arranged to do Blackwater tubing at the river (Storms ...